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. >> america's news headquarters starts now. >>> fox news alert. case of dejavu for the point person on obama care. welcome to hq. i am alisyn camerota. >> andim bill hemmer. we are watching this throw hours show. kathleen sebelius questioned. the senators were serious. >> i am accountable to the committee and american public for the system in place. >> it is inexcusable that the members of the committee were not told earlier. >> i want you to told account and burn their fingers and make them pay for not being responsible and producing a product that all of us could be proud. >> in your zeal to implement the law not warnings or advice or council deterred you. you said america should hold you accountable. i repeat my request for you to resign. >> do it now, and the second rule is do it right the first time. why not shut down and do it right? >> the only thing i can conclude it is impossible to do something in this administration to get you fired. you can lie to the american people and misrepresent the facts, but it is impossible to get fired. >> that is a sam pling of what we saw. we have host
, and even took one fifth of african-americans. what's more, obama care nearly cost terry mcauliffe the virginia governor's race. clearly republicans now have a pattern for winning the white house in 2016 and a new star in the front ranks of possible candidates. >> i know that tonight a dispirited america, angry with their dysfunctional government in washington -- [ cheers ] >> -- looks to new jersey to say, is what i think happening really happening? are people really coming together? >> well, the fact is, new jersey's very impressive. i would say also frankly there are a lot of other impressive republican governors around the country. but i think tonight we can look at this. and i know you don't want to hear it. i think the biggest story of the actual events of today were terry mcauliffe going from 15 points ahead 10 days ago to almost losing while outspending his opponent by at least 4 to 1. and the only change was obama care. >> well first of all, you can't possibly be falling for this chris christie stunt where he runs the score up by dodging cory booker, wasting $12 mil
. >>> momentum builds from democrats for big changes to obama care. this is "special report." good evening. i'm bret baier. a huge development this afternoon. president obama, vice president biden and more than a dozen senate democrats met to discuss the disastrous obama care rollout. these are vulnerable democrats facing voters next year. and the word is they are frustrated, to put it mildly. we have fox team coverage tonight. mike emanuel looks at kathleen sebelius on capitol hill again today. carl cameron on how obama care impacted last night's elections and how the gop plans to capitalize on it. but we begin with chief white house correspondent ed henry on that unexpected and pretty long meeting for this white house. hi, ed. >> reporter: good evening. a democratic source tells me tonight that some of the senators in this meeting with the president floated the idea of a delay of up to one year for enrollment in fines. the president did not agree to that. but i'm told these senators felt it was a constructive meeting. he listened. the big question now is, is there going to be a delay of a f
this race was a referendum on obama care. >> [ bleep ] insurance before sucked! >> this race came down to the wire, because of obama care. >> don't pretend that the old system was cocoon. we won't ever get old and we won't ever die. >> i feel tremendous! i'm ready to take on the world! ooh! >> that virginia understands that obama care is a failure, and although i lost -- >> let's dance! >> we hope to never hear the name cuccinelli again. >> that message will go out across america tonight. ♪ >>> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. the deceased owner of the oakland raiders, al davis, used to say "just win, baby. just win." he used to walk around practice biting his nails, because he was nervous about everything. but you knew what he wanted. he wanted the sick tree. the number one story in america over the past few weeks has been problems with obama care. you know, it's interesting. of all the voters in virginia last night, only 24% of them said that obama care was their number-one issue. you know what the number-one issue was? putting jobs first. terry minneso
been. >>> on the left van jonesings on the right newt gingrich. bernie sander, an obama care supporter, and david vitter, one of his harshest critics. fixes obama care or playing politics. >>> welcome to "crossfire" i'm newt gingrich on the right. >> i'm van jones on the left. two u.s. senators, bernie sanders who supports obama care and david vitter who does not. tonight republicans are jumping up and down, they're so happy, saying obama care is terrible. if you look at the actual election results, you will see a much different story. new jersey governor chris christie embraced obama care's medicaid expansion, and he won. virginia governor-elect terry mcauliffe was in a close race. he embraced obama care. he won. the gigt who spend the whole time fighting obama care, lost. there's no wonder that the president is in texas tonight arguing giving millions of people access to health insurance is a good idea. >> you have a wonderful fantasy life. >>> second, in virginia, two weeks ago terry mcauliffe was up 13 points and cuccinelli turned on the obama care issue, and he cut that lead to un
, as chris stirewalt mentioned, is a really bad thing for obama care and democrats. >> so whoever wins in virginia, and if it is the northern virginia suburbs that are still outstanding, that is very good for mcauliffe. but because obama care has been such a factor late in this race and the exit polls so far have told us that, what does that portend for those who are looking forward to the 2014 elections? >> it portends bad things for democrats in the red states. that is a bad sign, this race, even if mcauliffe wins by two to four points, that is a sign that obama care moved this significantly. remember, virginia is a state that dealt with the government shutdown. when it happened, it really opened the lead for mcauliffe, it affected the race greatly. when obama care rolled out, it affected this race drastically. as the night went on, we got another wave of exit polls. that spread, and then the state was 53% opposed, 45% support that suggested that obama care opposition made a big difference. >> and of those who opposed obama care, they overwhelmly voted for the republican. >> 80/11, 8
lying about his own lies. the obama care hearings rage on on capitol hill. >> i will stick by my statement. >> can i finish my sentence? >> as usual there are no answers and no shoogss from this clueless administration. >> i would not be the expert this. >> good afternoon. he has deceived the press and you. >> in response to the united states policy. in response to a video. >> we delivered the definitive indictment against the president's chief spokesman, jay carney. >> i never lie. >> "hannity" starts right here. >> the president of the united states of america is trying the rewrite history tonight for the entire hour. we'll be joined by a spirited bipartisan spirited audience and we'll turn thing over to them. first i want to explain fully to you the american people how the administration will say and do anything to cover for lves. and as one veteran washington journalist aptly described it today, this white house is now lying about lies they told. here's why. last night during a speech, president obama instead of just manning up like a true leader and accepting responsibility
on "the cycle." >>> we will get to last night's election results shortly. right now president obama is headed to dallas. he plans to thank obama care volunteers trying to he had indicate americans about their option. a quarter of texas residents are uninsured and texas famously declined to accept funding to accept medicaid. today in washington, the white house point person on ensuring the program works, kathleen sebelius was back on the hill. >> users are receiving far fewer error messages and time-outs. and we're now able to process nearly 17,000 reg strants per hour with almost no errors. for millions of americans, delay is not an option. people's lives depend on this. we discussed security as part of the overall operations on a regular basis with the operations team, but no one i would say suggested that the risk outweigh the importance of moving forward. >> let's go right to luke russert in washington. luke, not quite the same fireworks we saw during sebelius's first round of testimony, but what did you make of the oversight there today? >> that's to be expected. the senate is t
president obama scored a landslide victory over mitt romney, to secure a second term in the white house, the new book "double down" is a behind the scenes account of the 2012 campaign. it is in some ways a sequel to game change, the best seller that told the story of the 2008 election cycle, i am pleased to welcome my friend, the authors, john heilemann national affairs editor for new york magazine, mark halperin is editor at large and senior political analyst for time magazine, i am pleased to have them back at this table. welcome. so you have done it. you have told the story of 2012. how does it compare to 2008? >> well, both elections were, obviously, feature barack obama as the main character. both elections featured the clintons as very important figures, quite obviously, and i think this election in some ways feature higher sex, and, stakes and a greater question about the outcome, so both of them are at a time when the country is really searching for meaning, lot of books about politics are about macroeconomics or about social trends of demographics, our books, both this book and
night in america. polls have just closed in virginia. did the obama care debacle hurt democrat terry mcauliffe or did a libertarian candidate steal votes from republican ken cuccinelli. we will get a live report from virginia in just a moment. >>> chris christie expects to be re-elected in a landslide in new jersey. will we be seeing him again on election night in 2016. >>> new york city moving left, i mean far left, with a new mayor that wants to tax everything that moves. >>> and is president obama now lying about his original lie? the president tries to change what he's been saying for the past few years about your health care plan, but we have the tapes to prove him wrong. and unfortunately, another nut job brings a gun into a very crowded public place. starts shooting. you can't a voird malls and airports for the rest of your life, so how do you keep your family safe? we will talk to a security expert. all those stories and much more coming up on "the kudlow report" beginning right now. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is "the kudlow report." we're live here, 7:00
and savants hold for it, you might think that president obama was on the ballot, he is not, a contest between tea party republican ken cuccinelli, and establishment clinton democrat terry mcauliffe, we'll bring you the votes as they are counted and released. i'm lou dobbs. good evening, the votes are being tallied in virginia, all across the state, the pricincts are reporting as well, strong voter turn out in virginia. the attorney general there and republican gubernatorial candidate, ken cuccinelli has tried to capitalize on voter frustration with the president's obamacare train wreck. as his opponent terry mcauliffe tried to make the race about cuccinelli and his tea party conservative implement the polls have tightened since october 1 launch of obamacare, a race that looked to be a mcauliffe blowout a month ago, we'll bring you the highly anticipated results here momentarily, stay with us for all of the elect news, and fox news chief political correspondent carl cameron now, live at the mcauliffe headquarters in tyson's corner virginia with the latest. >> reporter: after months of attack a
obama care rollout may have hurt democrat terry mcauliffe and his race for governor but not badly enough to spell defeat. he survives a nasty slugfest with tea party republican ken cuccinelli by three percentage points. ooh he just squeaked by. we assembled a full roster of correspondents and analysts to walk us through the results and what they mean to the rest of the country. first up, state of virginia and candy crowley. welcome, candy. so obama care and the government shutdown surely factors in the virginia race but so were women. here is the winner, terry mcauliffe. >> the truth is that this election was never a choice between democrats and republicans. it was a choice about whether virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan tradition that has served us so well over the last decade, at a time when washington was often broken, just think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> so candy, in the end the tea party took a hit in virginia, but its candidate almost pulled out because of obama care. so how worried should the democrats be despite the
the obama 2o 12 playbook. he ran up the score especially in the washington suburbs. in suburb and richmond, democratic state senator easily beat the republican winning the contest by double-digits. the attorney general's race remains too close to call with 99% of the vote in. the democrat mark herring leads them by just over 600 votes. in virginia we do this in the attorney general races a lot these days. bob mcdonald had the nail biter like that. they can request a recount if it's less than 1% of the vote. we will see a rebound in that race. chris christie won reelection in a landslide with 60% of the vote in a state that the president won by 17 points. new york city will have the first democratic mayor in two decad decades. the 109th mayor by a big margin and they chose a progressive path. you got that right. in boston, marty walsh will precede the longest serving mayor. the city councilman with the support of organized labor. here's one should you know about. they -elected the first white mayor in nearly four decades. he ran on the financial turn around and defeated wayne county sheriff
debate, which involves a look into the mind of barack obama as a person, as a politician, as someone running for reelection that we think is as illuminating about him as any scene anyone has written. >> i totally agree, what do you any? >> i would never want to dissent from the two of you. there is a reason why it is right there on the cover of the magazine. >> rose: new york magazine by the way. >> >> rose: but there was so much talk about that polling about hillary, i just thought it was just silly, i thought. the only question i have about it is did they tell the president, did the president sign off on in and was this something he was interested in the answer? i don't know the answer from your piece. >> look, to talk about that and then to get to intervention, i think when the white house chief of staff and people like david enough and axelrod say this presidency is in real peril the president may not get reelected let's consider bringing in hillary clinton and bill clinton to join the ticket i think that is news. >> rose: but did they say that or we just have to test everything
're not going back. >> this race was a referendum on obama care. >> you go around and say a lot of biologically stupid things. >> the tea party isn't nearly as much fun as it sounds. >> you sent a message, virginia would continue the mainstream bipartisan position. >> despite being outspent by an unprecedented $50 million -- >> a lot of cuccinelli supporters a little bit bitter. >> this race came down to the wire because of obama care. >> republicans out of virginia. >> thank you, new jersey, for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> i have never seen a more explicit launching of a presidential campaign. >> maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in -- >> hey, washington, look at me! >> i sought a second term to finish the job. now watch me do it. >> how long can a hot seat stay hot? >> madam secretary, i repeat my request for you to resign. >> the president heading to dallas tonight. >> i've got one more campaign in me. ♪ >>> as the election day dust settles, president obama is picking up the pace in what he calls his last campaign. to make sure the affordable care act works fo
"the real story" with gretchen. >> welcome. public face for obama care's failures back on the hot seat today. facing tough questions from both sides of the aisle. mike emmanuel, fill us in, mike. >> kathleen sebelius saying, they are working on it. >> in the last five weeks, access to healthcare.gov has been a miserably frustrating experience for far too many americans. it is unsaptable and i'm focused on fixing it and i'm accountable. the administration has promised that it would be fixed by the end of the month. >> you said recently that you expect the website to be running smoothly for the majority of users there is no room for error. >> there was the familiar pitch from president obama that if you like your health care you will be able to keep it. today a leading republican asked how she could allow him to continue to say that. >> you have been misleading the american people and the president has over and over and over again. i would much rather you say yeah, we were wrong yeah, we didn't tell the truth. saying they should have known better. we should expect more hearings after the
>>> president obama moments ago met with a group of very frustrated democrat senators. ed henry with the breaking details on that meeting. don't go anywhere. but first, it was a busy day on the hill today where the woman many see as the face of the obama care failures was taking heated questions from senators frustrated senators. and republicans who warned that obama care was an atomic bomb about to be dropped on america. >> i am accountable to this committee and to the american public for getting the fixes in place. and we are committed to getting healthcare.gov fixed. >> you've been misleading the american people and the president has over and over and over again. and i would much rather you come up and say, yeah, we were wrong, didn't tell the truth. you, madame secretary must make good on that promise. >> in the last five weeks, access to healthcare.gov has been a frustrating experience for far too many of these americans. it's unacceptable, i'm focused on fixing it and i'm accountable. >> you said america should hold you accountable, which is why today i repeat my request f
at that obama wins almost 60-40. that's what terry mcauliffe needs because there is a lot of voters. if you look at the counties, turnout is nowhere near. you move further out, more competitive, prince william county, again, more than enough votes to turn that margin. terry mcauliffe needs to keep this blue. as you look at the map here, dark blue means heavily democratic vote. a lighter blue is a lighter leaning democratic but not by a strong margin. if the rest of the votes come in here, wolf and stays dark blue, there are now have votes to make up that 2 2,000 vote difference. when you look at the map, the reason this race is so close is essentially as we count the final votes, both candidates performed where they need to. smaller rural counties where republicans need to run up numbers, ken cuccinelli did that. african american population blue, what the democrat needs to do, democratic counties but virginia decided right here it a big state, but it is now decided by the four or five counties here on washington dc that's where the population great is and the largest pocket of latino voters are,
. republicans cuccinelli should have won virginia, why? because obama is very unoh popular in virginia. his popularity dropped by a large number percentage of the vote from 2009 to today. in that situation with obama still unpopular in virginia it should have been an easy republican win. it wasn't because the tea party which is what cuccinelli is closely associated with just doesn't sell in a swing state like virginia. >> let's focus on christie for a second. he has captured the attention of the country. he knows it goes beyond new jersey. here he is on the last night of the campaign. >> you want someone who you elected to office to look you in the eye and tell you the truth even if you don't like the truth being told. that's the jersey way. i know in my heart that what is going to happen tomorrow night is going to send a message not only to everyone in new jersey. tomorrow night america is going to be watching new jersey. >> he calls himself a conservative. most of us see him as a moderate, most analysts do. is that the difference between him and cuccinelli, does the moderate winning of th
the affordable care act obama care as it's called was becoming increasingly unpopular in the final weeks of this campaign in virginia. but in the end, a win is a win as you know. and terry mcauliffe will be the governor. >> in terms of chris christie, wolf, obviously a big big win. but significantly i think for his prospects going forward as a potential presidential candidate. right across the board in almost all the key demographic, african-americans, latinos, women. what does that say about his chances at a general election? and will it help him get to a place where he can be a republican nominee? >> you know, he certainly would be a formidable challenger. let's say hillary clinton got the democratic nomination. chris christie has the incumbent governor of new jersey would certainly be formidable. his big problem, though, is going to win that republican nomination. he's got to win in conservative states like iowa or south carolina. that's not going to be easy for chris christie. but still a lot of time between now and then. >> finally, wolf, new york city the first democratic mayor in
become such an important state in our national politics. how did it get so close? because of obama care. no question. the president's health care plan and the problems with the rollout of the health care plan were an issue late in the campaign. more than half of virginia voters oppose obama care and they broke overwhelmingly for the republican candidate ken cuccinelli. this is why this one got so close at the end. cuccinelli capitalizing on it. how did terry mcauliffe win despite that? more than four in ten voters oppose the tea party movement. you can see the blue. they broke heavily for terry mcauliffe. also a lot of the advertising in the end targeting women voters in the northern virginia suburbs, that's what made the difference. northern virginia suburbs, 60% of virginia voters. say abortion should be legal. there's a lot of advertising, direct mail, radio spent on this. 67% of those breaking for terry mcauliffe. the republicans will say the health care issue worked. democrats will say they managed to push ken cuccinelli out of the mainstream. want to take a quick look at new jerse
a strong signal about obama care while mcauliffebridge is the bridge to divide. >> despite being out precedented $15 million, this race came down to the wire because of obama care. that message will go out across america tonight. >> the truth is that this election was never a choice between democrats and republicans. it was a choice about whether virginia would continue the main stream bipartisan tradition that has served is so well over the last decade at a time when washington was often broken, just think about what virginia has been able to accomplish when we work together. >> the polls show kind of a wide gap and that terry would win. you put it close. >> 7, 8, 9 poevenlts anybody that spent time in virginia, terry mcauliffe. i like him. he's not a virginia guy. he's not a virginia governor. i lived in northern virginia, i lived in washington during the last campaign. you walk through. i told him this you hear that voice, that's syracuse, new york voice. that's not the voice of a virginia. >> although, he covered tidewater by a lot of votes. >> i will say this, though the fact, c
bipartisan. he breaks with obama after sandy. that may be a problem with conservatives later. i think he is someone you can envision as a leader and i think he will win by a wide margin. >> john, when you look at what is happening in new jersey, barbara buono, how bad was her campaign? how many were her mistakes and was it just christie's moment? >> i am a resident of new jersey as well. i don't think there was a democratic candidate that attracted media attention. barbara buono was a decent legislator, but almost everyone was recommending christie. i think it became an exercise for the democrats -- if we're going to win, we're going to throw all our efforts into virginia. that is why ken cucinnelli is being outspent 10 to one. i agree with kellyanne very much. the number for new jersey to watch is 40, not just for hispanics, but asian voters. look at middle fax county, new jersey. they have the two largest towns, both over 100,000 people, are both 1/5 asians. i believe that if kristi can crack 40 among asians and hispanics that will give him a lot too, what josh said, calling cards that
compromises, and hard decisions. this can be achieved. president obama sees the road ahead as do i. >> and kerry also met today with palestinian leader in bethlehem. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry is here to try to bring the palestinian and israel negotiators closer after direct talks started and were relaunched between the two sides since the end of july. it's going to be a very difficult task because so far the pal stinance and israelis have held 16 meetings without achieving any break through. one official described the israeli stance as the worst in 20 years. since these talks began, israel as either approved or announced tenders for building an additional 5,000 new housing units in illegal settlements in the occupied west bank and jerusalem. and according to palestinian officials as well the israelis are being very difficult, they are not willing to make any concessions. they say they want jerusalem as the unified capitol of israel and they don't want to grant the right of return to any palestinian refugee, and they want the palestinians to recognize israel as a je
to the whole mess. perhaps mr. obama should remember these words. >> read my lips. no new taxes. >> president bush the elder never recovered from that statement. we'll have analysis this evening about mr. obama's current status. [bleep] >> why is the national football league allowing thugs, destructive men run wild? this is becoming a serious problem and we have a follow-up report tonight. also ahead incredibly an american mother allows her 7-year-old son to go trick or treating dressed as a clan member. >> it's supposed to be white with white, black with black and men with women that's what it stands for. >> is it legal on the case. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi oil bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. president obama getting in deeper and deeper. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. it is beyond a reasonable doubt that the president and his administration mislead americans about obamacare. talking points is tired of hearing the president's past statements that we'll be allowed to keep our health insurance
ambos partidos bipartidistas, de parte del presidente barack obama. cuanta responsabilidad. lo hemos visto, un candidato a la presidencia de estados unidos en el año 2012, reportando al señor, dijo que el señor barack obama, si quisiera, el diera una orden ejecutiva y se suspenden las aportaciones; el presidente no lo ha querido hacer y tendrá sus motivos o intereses. lo cierto es que no se da una reforma migratoria justa en este momento, y en este momento, temprano, en la mañana, lo más probable es que existen muchos agentes de inmigración que está a punto... de realizar alguna redada en algún punto de la unión americana, o en muchos puntos de la unión americana. es su función, eso su trabajo. ellos están haciendo su trabajo porque no existe una ley integral. en los próximos minutos vamos a hablar con un líder comunitario, el señor juan josé gutiérrez; y también vamos a hablar con el señor nelson castillo. vamos a hablar todas las aristas, inclusive, hasta el comportamiento de los soñadores, que ya sabe y vamos a recordarles que en pleno año electoral, el año
since the laws passed. >> the president is now lying about his own lies. the obama care hearings rage on, on capitol hill. >> and i will stick by my statement. >> but as usual, there are no answers and no solutions from this clueless administration. >> i would not be the expert there. >> good afternoon. >> he has deceived the press and you, the american people, since day one. >> and is in response not to united states policy. it is in response to a video. >> we deliver the definitive indictment against the president's chief spokesman, jay carney. >> i never lie. >> hannity starts right now. >>> and welcome to "hannity." the president of the united states of america is trying to rewrite history. tonight for the entire hour, we'll be joined by a spirited bipartisan studio audience, and we'll turn things over to them in just a moment. but first, i want to explain to you fully, how the administration will say and do anything to cover themselves. and as one journalist described it today, this white house is now lying about lies they told. here is why, last night during a speech, president oba
finished facing some very tough questions over the problems plaguing the obama care website. the health and human services secretary testifying by the senate finance committee. >>> and right now, a record day on wall street, the dow hitting an all-time intraday high this morning. right now it's up, up 98 points right now. hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting today from washington. you can stick a fork in election 2013 -- it's done. now the pundits and the politicians are busy reading the tea leaves to see what the results mean going forward. was this a referendum on obama care? and if so, how worried should democrats be? what do the results say about the tea party and the fight within the gop? we're going to get into all of that. but first, chris christie's landslide win in the new jersey governor's race, is seen by many as a warm-up to the 2016 presidential race. in his victory speech, christie pointed to new jersey as a model for the way washington should work. >> i know if we can do this in trend trenton, new jersey, maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in their tvs right now
financial committee. the obama administration trying to counter with some positive public relations. the president heading to dallas to thank volunteers who have been helping people sign up for health care. he's also expected to push rick perry and some other gop governors for that matter to expand medicaid. in texas alone, the lack of it has left 1.4 million texans uninsured. >>> and the medicare chief says the website is working better now, able to register 17,000 people an hour. and promises to release the number of people who actually enrolled next week. but that's not soon enough for some republicans. congressman dave camp issued a subpoena for the numbers, demanding them by friday. let me bring in our company. lynn sweet, chicago sun-times bureau chief and perry bacon, political editor for the grio. good morning. we're waiting for this hearing to get under way. kathleen sebelius was very direct the last time she went before the house. she said, look, i take responsibility. we're going to fix this. i'm wondering, lynn, is the real problem going to come if by the end of this mon
-name help campaigning from president obama and president clinton before he won. in that heated race he topped ken cuccinelli, sending strong signals for midterms and 2016. >>> new york city, not a governor's race but important. why? a democrat is in for the first time in two decades. bill de blasio won by a three-to-one margin. it's the issued that mattered in the race that could mean big changes for the big apple. we will explain. >>> let's start with the governors races we're looking at so closely. athena jones is live in arlingt arlington, virginia with more on election 2013. good morning, athena. >> reporter: good morning, kate. here in virginia the race for governor was much closer than expected until votes were counted in heavily democratic districts. in the end, terry mcauliffe won back the statehouse for his party, beating ken cuccinelli, virginia's attorney general and a tea party favorite. in new jersey, governor chris christie easily won re-election catapulting him to the front of the gop pack for 2016. christie put his audience on notice. >> how about this, new jersey? >> r
days, there would have been an additional several weeks worth of focus on obama care. and look, it is not impossible that cuccinelli could have won with a longer focus on this unpopular rollout. >> and mcauliffe acknowledged that it left voters di vieted. >> the main message that came out of last night is they want folks working together in a buy partisan, mainstream pragmatic way. >> and back to christie it looks like he's planting a flag in new hampshire. it just keeps starting earlier and earlier every election. >> and if you like politics, that's what we look forward to. >>> so chris christie criticized by some as too moderate. but a tea party loses the governor's race in new jersey. dana bash is here and spoke with one of those major conservative republicans. >> as you saw there, i talked to marco rubio outside the supreme court because he attended today's hearing about a case on religious freedom and legislator. s. it as classic conservative issue, made for someone like rubio, a conservative thinking about running for president in 2016. now, as for last night's election r
. and i think that it is incredibly appealing message to voters, and barack obama used this message to tremendous effect. of course, in that first big speech in 2004, the idea that politics, that the -- all the rancor of politics, and with the right person in place that can be wiped away. >> if he's leading that party, he might be able to remove some of the rancor. they're going to have to pick a presidential candidate in the next couple of years. and they'll begin to do it, and if they do it in one direction, that's one republican party. the problem is, the republican party is not dominated by the tea party, but it is dominated by them. they're scared to death to basically say we're the majority of our party, and they go along with the tail. the tail wags the dog. boehner is the example of that. he's not the head of the republican party in the congress, the tea party is. it's a good sign. if you like to see compromise, it would be a very bad sign if they didn't have a christie. in terms of popularity, peggy noonan can drive me crazy, but he said a lot of it is about the ability to
finish in a major swing state. what last night's election results mean for you. >>> and president obama's approval rating is nearing an all-time low. is it obama care or the spying scandal? what's behind the 52-week plunge? >>> new jersey's newest mall will reopen its doors after the gunman opened fire monday night. new details on the note that authorities say the gunman left behind. >> good morning, miguel marquez. >> very nice to have you. i'm zoraida sambolin. it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. welcome to this election day edition of "early start." one very tight race if a critical swing state topping the headlines this morning. in new jersey, a possible, possible preview of 2016. republican chris christie sweeping the victory for a second term. and democrat terry mcauliffe is the next governor, surviving a stiff challenge from republican ken cuccinelli. and the bloomberg era is over in new york. for the first time in 20 years, the big apple has a democrat in charge. liberal bill deblasio easily becoming the city's 109th mayor. let's bring in political director mark pressen who has been up
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